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harness maker 335

Bailey, Roy F., Salina 102

Bailey, Willis Joshua: U. S. representa-
tive 350

Bain, William E.: article by, noted. . 459
Baker, Mrs. Cecil, Topeka: donor. ... 83
Baker, Don Melvin, Lawrence: donor 83
Baker, Florence and Guy, Ozawkie:

donors 83

Baker, J. J., Newton: 1871 resident. . 194
Baker, Mrs. Louise L., Lawrence:

donor 83

Baker, Mrs. Pearl, Pittsburg 84

Baker, William. Lincoln: U. S. repre-
sentative 353

Baker, William A., Kansas City: donor, 83
Baldwin, Douglas co.: in Quantrill raid

path, 1863 144

Baldwin Ledger: article in, noted .... 108
Bambridge, J.: robbed at Dodge City, 437
Bangs, Second Lt. Oliver, of

Vermont(?) 359, 360

Banks, Albert, Sumner co 444, 445

Banks, Gerard, Sumner co 444, 445

Banks, Maudine: articles by, noted. . 229
Barber, E.. Abilene: justice of the

peace, 1870-71 339, 430

Barber county: herd law in, 1885 . 65, 66
Barber County Historical Society: 1960

meeting, note on 462

Barlow, Marion A., Lawrence 82

Barnes, C. L., Oswego: donor 81

Barnes, Elizabeth, Johnson co.: col-
umn by, noted 229, 458

Barnes, Mrs. Lela, Topeka 153

editor of Charles M. Chase

letters 113-151, 267- 301

notes on 133, 267

treasurer, Historical Society 88- 90

Barns: lack of, southeast Kansas, 1873,

noted 285

Barr, Frank, Wichita 102

Barry, Louise, Topeka 91

Barton County Historical Society: or-
ganization, notes on 231, 462

Bassett, Charles E., Dodge City: Ford
co. sheriff, and city marshal. .4-14, 176
302, 305, 323, between 424, 425, 436

Bates, R., Caldwell 449, 450

Baugher, Charles A., Ellis 100, 102

Baughman, Robert W., Liberal 102

note on 76, 77

see, also, Robert Baughman

Foundation
Baxter Springs: C. M. Chase, at,

1873 278- 288

1866-1873, C. M. Chase's comments

on 280- 283

wages, 1873, noted 287

Bayard, George Dashiell: letter, 1856,

quoted 268n

Baylor, , of Texas: killed at

Newton 189

Bayse, Mrs. Ruby, Coats 110

Bazaar, Chase co.: centennial cele-
bration, noted 343

Beach, Bennett C., family, Topeka:

donors 83

Beals, E. H., Caldwell 28, 162, 444



Beamer, Peter W., Dodge City: mar-
shal 15, 16, 195

Bear, Charles W., and Joseph E., Rus-
sell co.: article on, noted 108

Beatty, Mrs. Marion, Topeka 110

Beck, Will T., Holton, 74, 90-92, 100- 102

Beckman, Rev. Peter, Atchison 92

Becknell, William: Santa Fe trader.. 364

Bedau, , Tombstone, Ariz 328

Bedbugs 127

Beebe, Jerome, Ellsworth: on city coun-
cil 175

Beeler, Ness co.: Carver monument,

noted 459

Beeson, Chalkley M., Dodge

City 13, 175, 327

article on, noted 457

city councilman between 424, 425

Beezley, George F., Girard 102

Behrens, John, Wichita: policeman and

assistant marshal 16, 17, 20, 312

317-320, 322, facing 425

Bell, Frankie, Dodge City 323

Bell, Hamilton B. "Ham": deputy U. S.

marshal 18

Bell, Lt. John W., of 13th Missouri

cavalry 251

Bell, Pearl Ireton (Mrs. Talmon). . . . 403
Bell, Phoebe Lovell Bone, Beaumont,

Tex.: donor 80

Bell, Mrs. Samuel, Wyandotte co. ... 109
Bell, Talmon: at Cooper

CoUege 385,391, 404

Belleville Telescope: articles in, noted, 460
Savage's history articles in, noted. . 230
Beloit: Pleasant View Methodist church

history, noted Ill

Benedict, Col. : "Indian inspec-
tor" 65

Bennett, Mrs. S. H., Peabody 232

Benson, , Lexington, Mo.: mer-
chant 370

Benton, Mrs. J. William, Kansas City,

Mo.: donor 81

Beougher, Edward M., Grinnell 102

Bernard, Vivian: donor 83

Berryman, Jerome C., Ashland ... 91, 102
Berthoud & McCleery, St. Louis, Mo.:

merchants 356, 357

Bethany, CoUege of the Sisters of, To-
peka: note on 295

Betts, C. F., Caldwell: city marshal, 18, 19
Betts, J. H.: at Monument station,

1867 252

Betz, George, Asherville 461

Beurman, Henry, Lawrence: donor. . 83

Bezdek, Mrs. Leonard, Tampa 232

Biegert, Mrs. Carl D., Junction City:

donor 83

Bill, E. E., Finney co Ill

"Billie the Kid": H. N. Brown in band

of 168, 172

Billman, Hilda 229

Bingesser, Dr. C. S., Cawker City. . . . 462

Bird, Mrs. , Hoxie 385

Bird, Richard Ely: U. S. representative, 354

Bird City: history, noted 460

Bird City Times: special edition, 1960,

noted 460

Bishop, G. W., Wyandotte 236n

Bistline, George, Topeka: donor. ... 83

Bitner, Harvey, Stanton co 461

Bittles, John, Hays 424

Black, Clarence, Mankato 461

Blackburn, Forrest R.: newspaper di-
vision head, Historical Society 88

Blair, John A., Caldwell 171

Blair, William (Billy): cattleman, 62, 66

photograph facing 65

Blake, Mrs. Henry, Topeka: donor, 83, 85
Blake, John: suit against Dodge

City 309, 310

wounded in Dodge City jail 197



GENERAL INDEX



467



Blake, Mrs. Ross, Oakhill: donor. ... 81
Blatchley, Rev. Eben, Quindaro: Negro

university f ounder 234n

Blizzards: article on, noted 230

Blow, Henry J., of Missouri: quoted. . 56
Blue, Richard Whiting: U. S. repre-
sentative 350

Blue river: Kansas village at its junc-
tion with the Kansas, notes on, 156, 157

Bluejacket, Rev. Charles 88

Bluejacket, Russell P 88

Bluejacket, William Charles 88

Bogus Charlie (Modoc Indian) 289

Boles, L. E., Randolph: donor 83

Bolitho, Robert N., Harper Ill

Boiler, , and wife, Junction City . . 423

Bolton, J. W., Lyon co.: reminiscences,

noted 105

Bone, Thomas A., Franklin co.: diaries,

1877-1881, given Historical Society, 80
Bonner, Thomas Neville: Kansas Doc-
tor ... by, noted 79

Books: acquired 1958-1959 by Histori-
cal Society, listed 206- 227

on Kansas history, bibliography,

noted 463

Border troubles: 1854-1856 49- 54

Born, "Dutch Henry": arrest,

1874 174, 175

Bornholdt, Jerry, Rush co 231

Borton, Charles A., Durham 232

Bosworth, M., Topeka 239n

on Freedmen's aid committee 240n

Botkin, Jeremiah Dunham: U. S. rep-
resentative 350

Botts, Samuel, Wichita: police offi-
cer 19, 20, 312, 314, 317

Boudinot, Dr. L., Abilene 186, 429

Bourbon county: county seat changes,

note on 138

Mt. Orum Baptist church history,

noted 229

Bowen, C. H., Topeka: on Freedmen's

aid committee 240n

Bowen, Mrs. E. M., Springfield, Mo. . . 416
Bowen, Mrs. Lucille, Junction City:

donor 83

Bowers, Joe (cowboy): photograph,

facing 64

Bowersock, Justin De Witt: U. S. rep-
resentative 350

Bowlus, Thomas H., lola 102

Bowman, C. S., Newton: coroner ... 191
Bowman, Capt. C. S., of Fourth U. S.
cavalry: papers of, given Historical

Society 80

Bowman. Mrs. Dorothy, Pawnee Rock, 462

Bowne, Annie. New York 423

Bowne, Eliza, New York 423

Bowne, Richard, and wife, New York. . 423

Bowne, T. C., New York 423

Boyce, Newt: killed at Caldwell. .164, 165

Boyd, Dr. Gaston, Newton 191

Boyd, Mrs. McDill, Phillipsburg 110

Boyer, Bill, Scott co 463

Boylan, Mrs. A. B., Kearny co.: article

by, noted 457

Boyle, Mrs. James, Great Bend 462

Bradbury's Fresh Laurels for the Sab-
bath School 291

Bradford, Catharine, of Fauquier co.,

Va 356

Bradford, Robert B., Lexington,

Mo 364, 366, 377

Bradford, William, of Massachusetts . . 356
Bradford family. See Waddell family
Brady, William, of Texas: at Dodge

City 305

Bratton, Charles G., Burlingame: mur-
dered 20, 21

police officer at Wichita 20

Brawley, Mrs. M. A., Frankfort Ill

Bray, Mrs. Easton C., Syracuse. . . . 100, 102



Breeding, J. Floyd, Rolla: U. S. rep-
resentative 353

Breeding, Mrs. J. Floyd, Rolla Ill

Breno, Lucy: at Caldwell, 1880 452

Bridges, Jack L., Dodge City: Bob

Connors captured by 425, 426

marshal 21-26. 196, 425, 426

Briggs, George N., of Massachusetts:

governor 40

Brinkerhoff, Fred W.,

Pittsburg 92, 100, 102, 110

Lincoln article by, noted 106

Brinkley, Dr. John R.: A. G. Taylor's

thesis on, noted 79

Gerald Carson's book on, noted .... 232
Brinkman, G. L., Abilene: councilman, 429
Broadbent, Carldon H., Beloit: pam-
phlet by, noted Ill

Brock, Mrs. R. F., Goodland: donor. . 83
"Brocky Jack." See Norton, John

Broderick, Case: U. S. representative. . 350

Brodrick, Mrs. Lynn, Marysville: donor, 83

Brooklyn, Douglas co 144

Brooks, Bill, Newton: city marshal. . . 26

Brookshire, William B., Lexington, Mo., 368
Brookville, Saline co.: President Grant

at, 1873 340

Brown, Alice, Sterling: art

teacher 392, 393

Brown, Fannie, Caldwell 29

Brown, George S.: city marshal. .26- 33

murdered, 1882 27-33, 158

Brown, George Washington, Lawrence:

at Paola, 1863 129

descriptive note, 1863 129

Brown, Henry Newton, Caldwell: bank

robbery attempt of 60

biographical data 172

last letter of 170, 171

lynched 171

police officer 3, 158-173, 182

184, 185, 443

Brown, J. Charles, Ellsworth: city mar-
shal 174. 175

Brown, James, Pettis co., Mo.: death,

1850, noted 368

freighter 366

partner of Wm. H. Russell. . . .366, 367

Brown, John: article on, noted 106

notes on A. A. Lawrence's association

with 54

Pottawatomie massacres perpetrated

by . 52

Truman Nelson's novel on, noted. . . 343
Brown, John, Dodge City: police offi-
cer 175, 176, between 424, 425

Brown, John Carter: Emigrant Aid co.

president 47, 52

Brown, L. E., Caldwell: fined, 1880. . 452
Brown, Neil (Neal), Dodge City: as-
sistant marshal 176-179, 205

Brown, Ralph, Decatur co 461

Brown, William Ripley: U. S. repre-
sentative 351

Brown & Russell: freighters, 1849 . 366
Brown county: vigilantes of 1880's,

article on, noted 105

Brown, Russell & Company: freighters,

1850 367, 368

Browne, George H., St. Petersburg,

Fla.: donor 81, 85

Brownsville, Mo.: now Sweet Springs, 372
Bruce, Mrs. Grace Parker, Topeka:

donor 81

Brumbaugh, John M., Concordia. . . . 73n

Bruner, Mrs. Thomas, Topeka: donor. . 83

Brunner, Charles, Burns 232

Brunt, Cecile Jacoby Strohm, Topeka:

donor 81

Brush, John Ulysses: at Cooper Col-
lege 398, 407n, 408

Brush, Mrs. John Ulysses, Sterling. . . . 385



468



GENERAL INDEX



Bryan, William Jennings: P. W. Glad's

book on, noted 463

Buchan, W. J., Wyandotte. .237n, 242, 244

Buck, Myrtle, Lyon co 110

Buel, Capt. James T.: Union officer,

1862 126, 127

Buffalo: stampede, described 228

Buffalo Historical Society, Buffalo,

N. Y.: donor 81, 83

Bugg, Thomas, Dodge City: deputy

sheriff 179, 180

Bullard, James H., Lexington, Mo.: co-
partner of Wm. H. Russell. . . .364, 365

Bullard & Russell 364- 366

"Bullflower, Bennie" 463

Burk, Jennie: at Caldwell, 1880 452

Burlingame, Gertrude E. Robertson:

article by, noted 104

Burlingame, Ward: secretary to Gov-
ernor Osborn 7

Burlingame: murder, 1874, at,

noted 20, 21

Burns, Lt. N. H., of First Ark. inf.. . . 410

Burr Oak Herald: article in. noted 458

Burris, Lt. Col. John T.: at Indepen-
dence, Mo., 1862 127

Burris, Sam, Wichita 313

Burroughs, S. A. (or S. H.?), Abilene:

councilman 186, 429

Bushwhackers: activities of,

1860's 122- 127

definition of 122

in Jackson co., Mo 118

"Business and Agricultural Conditions
in Kansas, 1871-1888," article by

Glenn H. Miller, Jr 67- 73

Butler County News, El Dorado: R.

Meeks' articles in, noted 106

Butterfield, David A.: his stage line

failure, noted 379

Butterfield Overland Despatch: Indian
depredations in Monument Station

area 251, 252

Butternuts": note on 114

"Bypaths of Kansas

History" 103, 228, 340, 456

Byram, Susan Clark (dau. of Wm.). . 357
Byram, Susan Phillips (Mrs. Wm.).. 357
Byram, William, of Mason co., Ky. . . 357
Byram family. See Waddell family



Cable, R. E., Wyandotte 242

Cairns, James, Wichita: police

officer 311, 317- 319

Calderhead, William Alexander: U.S.

representative 352

Caldwell, Alexander. Leavenworth:

home of, 1873. noted 298

Caldwell, Sumner co., a cowtown, 1879-

1884 , 4

Flatt & Horseman saloon 332

Homer's drug store 337

in 1880 (from police court

records) 452- 455

incorporation, 1879, noted 332

killings in, 1879-1883 18, 27- 31

162-165, 331, 332, 334- 338
446, 448-450, 454

Leland Hotel 444, 449

Long Branch restaurant 162

Meagher & Shea's saloon 335, 336

Moreland House 162

police officers and gun fighters, data

on 18, 19, 26-33, 158- 173

180-186, 331, 443- 455

Red Light dance hall 455

killing in, 1880 448- 450

saloons, 1880. noted 335, 336

Smith & Ross' grocery 336

ThrailkiU's store . 336



Caldwell Commercial: quoted . . 23, 26- 29
158-162, 180- 185
443. 447-449, 454

Caldwell Journal: quoted 162- 173

Caldwell Messenger: articles in,'

noted 229, 460

Caldwell Post: quoted. . . .31, 32, 158- 161

180, 181, 183, 185

331-338. 445- 455

Callaham, John: lynched, 1876.... 5- 7

Callaham, R. C., Topeka 5, 6

Campbell, Philip Pitt: portrait, note

on 92

U. S. representative 351

Campbell, William Potter: dist. court

judge 332

Caney Chronicle: progress edition,

1960, noted 341

Canida, C. T., Caldwell: barber 337

Cannon, E. L., Phillipsburg: donor. . . 83

"Captain Jack" (Modoc chief) 289

Carey, James C., Manhattan 81

article on Dan Casement, noted. ... 341
Carlson, Frank: U. S. representative. . 353

U. S. senator 109

Carnahan, Mrs. Paul A., Leavenworth:

donor 83

Carney, Thomas, Leavenworth 298

aid to Lawrence, 1863, noted 148

Carpenter, Randolph: U. S. representa-
tive 352

Carpenter, Samuel, Abilene: council-
man 186, 429

Carr, B. P. "Bat," Caldwell: police

officer 158-160, 180- 186

Carr, Mrs. C. L., Council Grove: donor, 88
Carr, Mrs. Lola R., Topeka: donor. . . 81
Carson, , and wife, Sterling: resi-
dents, 1890's 386

Carson, Gerald: book on Doctor Brink-
ley by, noted 232

Carson, Mabel, Sterling 386

Carson, Thomas (nephew of Kit): po-
lice officer, Abilene and

Newton 186-195. 430

Carter, Mrs. J. O., Finney co Ill

Carter, J. W., Ford co 18

Carver, Dean 254

Carver, George Washington: article on

memorials to, noted 459

list of 1960 articles on 459

Case, M. H., Topeka: on Freedmen's

aid committee 240n

Casement, Dan D.: James C. Carey's

article on, noted 341

W. A. White's letters to, filmed .... 81
Castel, Albert: A Frontier State At

War . . . by, noted 79

Catron, Mrs. Charles, Topeka: donor . 83
Cattle, Texas: at Ellsworth, 1870's,

note on 80

Baxter Springs a trade point for, 280- 281
Kansas City, Mo., trade in, 1873,

comment on 271

Cattle industry: at Baxter Springs,

1866-1871, notes on 280, 281, 288

in Kansas, in the 1880's, notes

on 59- 66

Kansas City, Mo., 1873, comment

on 271

open range days, reminiscences,

noted 230

Cattle pools: notes on 59- 61

see, also, Comanche cattle pool
Cattle trade: from Texas to Kansas,

1870's, comment on 283

Cattleman, The, Fort Worth, Tex.: ar-
ticle in, noted 230

Cattlemen's picnics and rodeos, King-
man co.: articles on, noted 460

Cauley, John R.: article by, noted. . . . 342



GENERAL INDEX



469



Cavanaugh, Mike (cowboy): photo-
graph facing 64

Cawker City Ledger: articles in, noted, 341

Caypless, John: arrest 443

Census, state: 1895, filmed 82

Central Overland California & Pike's

Peak Express Co 377, 381, 382

comment on 379

notes on 371, facing 377

run by Russell, Majors & Waddell . . 374
Centralia: Methodist church history,

noted 342

Centropolis, Franklin co 143

Chaff ee, Mrs. Harry A., Topeka Ill

Chaffin, Anthony and Elijah, Bourbon

co 138

Chambers, Lloyd, Clearwater .... 100, 102

Chandler, C. J., Wichita 100, 102

Chandler, Mrs. Barrel. Osbprne 461

Chantilly, Kearny co.: article on,

noted 104, 105

Chapin, W. Luke, Barber co 462

Chapman, B. B., Stillwater, Okla.:

donor 84

Chapman, M. S., and wife, Houston,

Tex.: donors 83

Chapman, William, Ford co 436

Charbo, Eileen: article by, noted... 104

Charlson, Sam C., Manhattan 102

Chase, Charles Monroe: biographical

data 113, 114

letters, 1863, 1873, edited by Mrs.

Lela Barnes 113-151, 267- 301

Chase, N. Louise, New London, Conn., 114
Chase county: museum building, note

on 109

Cheatham, Grace M.: Waddell geneal-
ogy by, noted 356n

Cheney Sentinel: 1941-1958. filmed . 82
Cherokee Indians: comment on, 1873, 290
McCoy field notes of land survey
(1836-1837), given Historical So-
ciety 80

Cherokee Strip: comment on sale of. . 280
Mrs. E. X. Glover's reminiscences,

noted 460

opening, 1893: S. G. Grain's letters,

noted 229

Cherryvale: item (1875) on 103

Cheyenne Indians: of Dull Knife's

band, prisoners 10

Chiles, Henry C.: article on Wm. B.

Waddell by. noted 355n

Chipman, Clark E., Dodge City: police

officer 15, 178, 195-198, 309

Chisholm trail 65

Choate, Rufus, Boston 39, 41

Chouteau, Frederick: trader with Kan-
sas Indians 156, 157

Chrisman, Mrs. E., Topeka: on Freed-

men's aid committee 240n

Christmas: in Wichita, 1870, article

on, noted 108

Cicero, Joseph F.: article by, noted. . 106
Cigar-store Indians: article on, noted. . 104
Cimarron Jacksonian: article in, noted, 460
Civil War memorial, Kansas: at Vicks-

burg, Miss., noted 75

Claar, Ward, Decatur co 461

Clanton, Bill: killed in Tombstone,

Ariz., fight 328

Clanton, Ike: wounded in Tombstone,

Ariz., fight 328, 342

Clark, Ben: cattle camp, noted 159

Clark. Mrs. Mark, Marysville 457

Clark, Paul, Topeka 84

Clark, Ralph V., Wyandotte co 109

Clark County Historical Society 101

Clarke, George J., Fort Scott 256, 257

Clarke, Rebecca, Norridgewood, Maine, 69n
Clarke, Sarah, Norridgewood, Maine. . 70n
Clarke, Sidney: U. S. representative . . 349



Clay, Henry: 1850 compromise offered

by 41

Clay Center Dispatch: article in, noted, 229
Clay county: Alert Evangelical Cov-
enant church history, noted 229

Cleaver, C. H., Finney co Ill

Cleous, Odell: articles by, noted. . . . 107
Cloud county: Gotland school dist. his-
tory, noted 459

Cloud County Historical Society: 1960

meeting, noted 343

Clover, Benjamin Hutchinson: U. S.

representative 351

Clugston, W. G., Topeka: donor. ... 81
Clum, John P., Tombstone, Ariz.:

mayor 329

Clyde: First Christian church history,

noted 106

Clyde Republican: article in, noted. . 106

Clymer, Rolla, El Dorado 100, 102

110, 232
papers of, in Historical Society .... 80

talk by, noted 343

Cobb, Stephen Alonzo: U. S. represent-
ative 349

Cochran, Elizabeth, Pittsburg .... 100, 102
Cochran, Bittman & Taylor, Leaven-
worth: grocers 299

Cody, William Frederick "Buffalo Bill":
association with Wild Bill, 1868, note

on 422

Kansas newspaper notices of . . 198- 200
Coe, Phil, Abilene: killed by "Wild

Bill" Hickok 431, 432

Coffeyville: early history, noted 341

Coffeyville Daily Journal: progress edi-
tion, 1960, noted 341

Coffeyville Journal: articles in, noted. . 341
Coffman, Archie W., Topeka: donor. . 81
Cohen, Dr. Louis, Topeka: donor. ... 83
Coil, Mrs. A. L., Kansas City, Mo.:

donor 83

Coin, Iowa: in 1880's, Catharine W.
Porter's published reminiscences of,

noted 383

Colborn, Ed F., Dodge City: attor-
ney 197, 309, 310, 329

Colby, Thomas co.: 75th anniversary

of county celebrated at, note on. . . 462
Colby Free Press-Tribune: articles in,

noted 104, 229, 458

Colcord, W. R.: cattleman 62

Coldwater: beginnings of, noted. ... 65
Cole, Albert McDonald: U. S. repre-
sentative 350

Cole, H. W., Wamego 340

Cole, Mrs. Homer W., Topeka: donor, 83

Collar, Jake, Dodge City 306

College athletics: at Cooper College,

1890's, note on 395

"College Days at Cooper Memorial,
1895-1898": reminiscences of Cath-
arine W. Porter 383- 409

College life: at Cooper College, 1890's,

described 387- 409

in the 1890's, Catharine W. Porter's

account of 384- 409

College of the Sisters of Bethany, To-
peka: note on 295

College quartet: of Cooper College,

1890's, account of 398- 402

College songs: words of two Cooper

College songs 400, 401

Colley, D. D., Dodge City: council-
man between 424, 425

Collier, Kent, Great Bend 462

Colonial Dames of America, National

Society of 88

Kansas branch, donor 79

Colorado Magazine, The: article in,

noted 108

Colored Refugee Relief Board of St.

Louis . . 244



470



GENERAL INDEX



Colson, A. M., Caldwell:

mayor 160, 161, 184

Colton, Gustavus A., Paola: note on,

1863 129

Colton, M. W., Baxter Springs 281

Columbus, Cherokee co 280

brief history, noted 457

Columbus Advocate: article in, noted, 457
Comanche cattle pool: cowboy employ-
ees, photographs facing 64

Mary Einsel's article on 59- 66

Comanche county: herd law in, 1885, 65
Comanche Land & Cattle Company. . 66
Combs, Barbara: article by, noted. . . 459
Compromise of 1850: and the "Cotton

Whigs" 41- 43

Compton, W. W.: arrested by Wyatt

Earp 318, 319

Conard, Mrs. Jessie, Hamilton co 109

Concordia Kansan: article in, noted. . 342
Concordia Public Library: history, noted, 342
Congressmen, Kansas: effects of appor-
tionment laws on 347- 349

roster, 1861-1960 349- 354

Connelly, John Robert: U. S. repre-
sentative 353

Connors, Robert (Bob): arrested. .425, 426

murder by, 1869, noted 21

Conway, Martin Franklin: U. S. rep-
resentative 346, 349

Conway Springs: historical articles,

notes 105

Conway Springs Star: articles in, noted, 105

history, noted 105

75th anniversary edition, noted .... 105
Conyngham, Capt. John B.: at Monu-
ment Station 253

Cook, James Henry: biographical

sketch, noted 230

Cooksey, T. A., Caldwell 335, 336

Coolidge: Barney Elliott killed at,

1881 437, 438

Cooper, I. N., Sumner co 163

Cooper, Dr. Joseph T.: Cooper College

named for 386

Cooper College. See Sterling College
Cooper Courier, The, Sterling: college

paper 403

"Cooper Memorial, College Days at,
1895-1898": reminiscences of Cath-
arine W. Porter 383- 409

Cooper Memorial College. See Sterling
College

Cora Union: 1886 issue, noted 85

Cordy, Stanley, Calistoga, Calif.: donor, 83
Cork, George, Thomas co.: recollec-
tions, noted 458

Corn: southeast Kansas' principal crop,

1870's 286

Corporon, G. W.: article by, noted. . . . 106

Correll, Charles M., Manhattan 74

88, 91, 100, 102

Corwin, Judge : lost on buffalo

hunt near Fort Hays 198

Corzine, William "Uncle Bill," Cald-
well 182, 444

Cost of living: at Baxter Springs, 1873,

noted 287

at Kansas City, Mo., 1873, notes on, 273

Cotton, Corlett J., Lawrence 100, 102

"Cotton Whigs in Kansas": article by

Thomas H. O'Connor 34- 58

Cottonwood Falls: Roniger Memorial

Museum, note on 109

Couch, Dr. , Fort Scott: resident,

1870's 257

Councell, J. L., Ellsworth: city mar-
shal 200, 201

Council Grove: Junior Chamber of

Commerce, work of, noted 87

Nautilus Club, noted 87

Rotary Club, work of, noted 87



Council Grove Republican: articles in,

noted 105

museum items, noted 87

County courthouses, Kansas: postcard

views, noted 85

Courtland Journal: article in, noted. . . 458
Cowboy Hall of Fame: cowboy bio-
graphical sketches, noted 457

Cowboys: article on, noted 105

of Comanche cattle pool, photographs,

facing 64

"Cowtown Police Officers and Gun
Fighters, Some Notes on": article by
Nyle H. Miller and Joseph W.
Snell, 1-33, 158-205, 302-339, 410- 455

Cowtowns: note on 2, 3

views, noted 85

Cox, Carl, Scottsville 462

Cox, Emory, Wichita 95

Cox, Mildred, Leavenworth: donor ... 83

Coy, Roy E 344

Coyle, Jessie 385

Grain, S. G.: letters, 1893, noted 229

Crandall, Mrs. O. J., Butler, Mo.: donor, 83

Cravens, Mrs. Sam., Clark co 101

Crawford, Ed., Ellsworth: police offi-
cer 201- 203

killed, 1873 202, 203

Crawford, George Addison: biographi-
cal note 136n

comment on 136, 137

Crawford, Harvey E., Topeka 83

Crawford, Samuel J.: candidate for rep.

at large 348

Crawford, T. H.: comm'r of Indian

affairs 288n

Crawford County Historical Society:

1960 meeting, note on 110

Crawford Seminary, I.T.: brief history, 288n
C. M. Chase's letter from, 1873, 288- 291

Crist, T. L., Caldwell 165

Crittenden, John J., of Kentucky: U. S.

senator 40

Cron, F. H., El Dorado 102

Crosby, Mrs. Warren M., Jr., Topeka:

donor 83

Cross, Mrs. R. R., Council Grove 88

Crow, Sarah, of Fauquier co., Va 356

Crowell, H. R., Baxter Springs 281

Crum, E. P., Newton 190

Cullen, Mrs. L. L., Belleville, Wis.:

donor 81

Cummings, Enoch: stage driver 252

Cunningham, , Newton: 1871

resident 194

Cunningham, D. M., Winona: donor. . 86
"Curly Bill": in ambush of Earp party, 329

killing of, noted 329

Curry, Fred S., Rose Hill: reminis-
cences, filmed 81

Curtis, Charles, Topeka 247

biographical sketch, noted 106

U. S. representative 350, 352

Custer, Lt. Col. George Armstrong. . . . 418
Cutlif, George: cattleman 62



Dale, Edward Everett: Frontier Ways

. . . by, noted 344

Dale, Kittie: article by, noted 230

D'Amour, George, Wichita: lulled,

1875 203, 204

police officer 203, 204

Daniels, Ben, Dodge City: killer of E.



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